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political disaster. without roberts, a george w. bush appointee himself, the landmark obama accomplishment would have been struck down by the court's conservatives. and the president's opponents would have been handed a battering ram for the coming campaign. any observer could see that a weight had been lifted off the president's shoulders. >> whatever the politics, today's decision was a victory for people all over this country whose lives will be more secure because of this law and the supreme court's decision to uphold it. >> what an unusual pairing. barack obama, the liberal president, progressive president, and chief justice john roberts. they will be joined together in history. >> yeah. and i think you couldn't see this coming. because if you go back to the oral argument, it sure did seem like a majority. court was not prepared to uphold the law. and now we know why. because a majority. court also said that the government's central theory, which you could do this under the commerce clause, was not constitutional. instead, it was the government's fallback that satched the day. and dur
. it is not angels vs. doubles but there is a difference. look after 2000 george w. bush's elected. after the most controversial election and 100 years, 36 days to decide, in a weekend position losing the popular vote to, it would be easy for democrats to stop from the beginning damage the weekend presidency but the first thing he pushed to the initiatives. no child left behind and tax cuts. that moved through in a mottled bipartisan fashion coming from miller and kennedy. you could say they like the policy but in doing so they gave legitimacy to bush and made the presidency stronger. it enabled the tax cuts to go through. then we had 9/11. some was controversial but almost unanimous support then you move to the t.a.r.p rejected by republicans and democrats saved the bacon. first president came in without great momentum from clinton and 1993. every republican votes that economic plan then a series of programs including health care with a conscious effort he could not get what he wanted. he could not keep the democrats together but a significant difference then move up at 2009. a president elected
and norah that was something no one would have expected in 2005 when president george w. bush put him on the supreme court and that was something that not even the conservative justices expected back in march when the court heard arguments in this case. i am told by two sources with specific knowledge of the court's deliberations that roberts initially sided with the conservatives in this case and was prepared to strike down the heart of this law, the so-called individual mandate, of course, that requires all americans to buy insurance or pay a penalty. but roberts, i'm told by my sources, changed his views decideing to instead join with the liberals. he withstood-- i'm told by my sources-- a month-long desperate campaign by the conservative justices to bring him back to the fold and that campaign was led, ironically, by justice anthony kennedy and why that's ironic is because it was justice kennedy that conservatives feared would be the one most likely to defect but their effort, of course, was unsuccessful, roberts didn't budge, the conservatives wrote that astonishing joint dissent
people in our country, as was the case under president george w. bush, that that did not create jobs, it just increased the deficit, took us to the brink of a recession, and that's not the way to go. but that's the same that the republicans are presenting now. the president is talking about growth. he's talking about fiscal responsibility. we need revenue. we need cuts. we need growth to create jobs. and i have every confidence that the president out there -- he already has made a tremendous difference. but you cannot assume that the public knows when there's this barrage of endless money. that's why i say money has to be taken out -- endless money making misrepresentations on the campaign trail. >> high drama this week with the contempt vote for the attorney general. you and others have walked out as this vote was taking place. >> yeah. >> you actually suggested there's some conspiracy among republicans because he's challenging some of the voting rights act laws around the country that they went after him on the contempt vote. what do you have as a fact? >> i don't say it's a conspi
their step can find ways to be embarrassed. former president george w. bush, he was an expert.
their step can find ways to be embarrassed. former president george w. bush, he was an expert. we all have those moments. have a nice trip. i'm don lemon. see you back here tomorrow night. good night. >> the exclusive interview three years in the making. the one person who knew michael jackson better than anyone else. his mother, catherine jackson. >> every day i think about michael. michael looked back at the times and said he was abused. they call it abuse, but sometimes if it wasn't for the strap, what would this world be like today? >> did you ever hope he would find true love? >> i always thought about that, but michael seemed happy. he found a lot of joy in his children. >> the talent michael hid from the world. >> he loved art a lot. he loved paintings and water colors and even crayons. >> her explosive theory about conrad murray. >> here did a terrible thing. there might have been others involved. >> catherine jackson in an extraordinary hour. the interview starts now. tonight an extraordinary look at michael jackson's private through his artwork. he started drawing as a child and
. former president george w. bush, he was an expert. we all have those moments. have a nice trip. i'm don lemon. see you back here tomorrow night. good night. >>> we call our show "the next list" but truth being told we're not making a list. we're keeping one. a list of amazing people. whose passion and work influence our future. they are agents of change, innovators. and in this special episode, we introduce you to ten you really should know. this is "the next list." hello and welcome to a special edition of "the next list." "10 innovators changing your world." i'm dr. sanjay gupta.
hollow. republicans have been saying this for decades but have never put it into practice. george w. bush left a legacy of debt from two unfunded wars and benefits to the wealthy. taking aim at the president, president obama has also failed to articulate what a second term would look like." again, from "at the l.a. times." are you getting the vision you want from your candidates? mitt romney, new hampshire, part of a bus tour that began about 1 1/2 weeks ago where he tried to articulate his view of the country. [video clip] >> for the last few years to many americans have been struggling and i and distress. the spirit of enterprise, the spirit that howard america's economic engines for growth and prosperity, that spirit still lives strong. it is the goal of this campaign and the mission of my presidency to nurture that spirit and see it flourish in this great land. >> those comments came from -- host: those comments are from mitt romney. there is a story this morning on the front page of "the new york times." propelled by a torrent of blistering advertisements, the president is raising qu
and george h.w. bush. they had a couple of big historic accomplishments. because they didn't win reelection they are considered losers and not considered historic presidencies. you have to win the second term to be in the history books the way that say reagan was. for obama his health care law he has to be the guy, the president that implements that if he wants to salvage and save the health care law he probably has to win the second term. >> thanks so much. >> thank you, poppy. >>> one other sign of how bad the u.s. economy still is, large numbers of mexican workers are giving up on the american dream and returning home. the first trade route to the west, the greatest empires. then, some said, we lost our edge. well today, there's a new new york state. one that's working to attract businesses and create jobs. a place where innovation meets determination... and businesses lead the world. the new new york works for business. find out how it can work for yours at thenewny.com. last season was the gulf's best tourism season in years. in florida we had more suntans... in alabama we had more bea
secretary of health care and human services under president george w. bush, thanks for being with us. >> good to see you. now for the rest of today's headlines, another u.s. drone strike is reportedly killed. eight suspected militants in pakistan, this happened near the afghan border earlier this morning, pakistani mornings-- southern drawl is coming out. pakistani officials say they struck a house, top officials were believed to be. tragedy in wyoming, three boy scouts, scout master and toddler after a head on collision. this is authority of thermopolis. is that the way you say that. the car they were travelling in veered into on joming traffic, a three-year-old inside that motor home was killed, four others injured. no word what cause that had accident. and former israeli prime minister shamir passed away, his family killed in the who will cot, known as a fighter in the jewish movement before he was prime minister in 1983. he served in office and massive airlift of ethiopians. and he won favor from the the u.s. for not attacking iraq. he was 96 years old. brand new video out of ka
that fool? there were references to george w. bush this last week. guest: it is worth remembering that when george bush appointed justice roberts, he nominated him to be an associate justice. when rehnquist died, he moved into being chief justice. he was seen as reliable, conservative, people call that a home run. there was a lot of adulation from the pick of roberts, especially following up on where the nomination process had been before that. myers was being talked about. conservatives are unhappy with where justice roberts was on it. but when he was appointed, that is not where people work. guest: an interesting trivia question for viewers. think about various justices. earl warren appointed by eisenhower. david souter, sandra day o'connor, they were all appointed by republicans and seemed to go off the reservation. here is the question. can you think of any justice appointed by a democratic president that went off the reservation to some extent? i cannot. i wonder why. are republicans not good at figuring out how people will evolve? host: one big thing about the c-span and libraries, yo
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